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PART IV;
EIGHT PAGES,
i>kv coons.
EH RICH BROS.
| Established Fifty Year?. 6th Avc. 226 to 23d Sts.
■ - ■
E
imtkL \LMbt Mlralyj/niUl©
A list of specif l values in real laces such as you
would expect from this store— the very best possible
for any store in the United States to offer.
j| We Sei! Hire Real Laces Hai Any Other Store la Amtrica. j
REAIJ IRISH <R<>- I \l\K'n\X AXI> FRENCH
IfHET i^a<-k BOBBS, a -^ IBIBH lace o, o „ _
v;Ju- Sr^O.oo .ach. *S ISO ROBES, value $78.00 >4*S \)\)
H»e.'ial for Monday at "^ J y * I raoh. special at.... * M^»W
\ nKA L. DUCHESS POXY COATS, of French Irish
ANI» POIXT LAOE ! nni Princess lace /*> _ _ -.^
ROBES for Bridal ,_. _ combinatlonsAvalue >-> X 111]
<Jrc*s^s. value S7<K>oo SAGS $50.00 . •"•''■ for.'- .-: *V^*^ 7 »vyV
j <a« -h. for V "■-^V'*»J WHITE FILET NET' COATS.
AI.LOVKR IRISH CROCHET v. 'th * nxitHi ; h * <mh
"LACE ROBES, uith batiste cm- b "V •7?'nn" ahu *i $li r C1 /! nQ
l, r< ,j ( i orv vain,- -^ a "'' S- 000 each, for T> ,ul V/l
f59.-M«ach. epecial QSjSS.OS and •
al V<^> »><J\ REAL lltlß H CROCHET
! HANI* EMBROIDERED POX- LA C Jv«£ AB" Ts - Ci a O
c ™_ -^ «!ue 52.«0 eacn. «pe- >>j,45
s t^^ or
|f<.r M-nday «vX.«^.'.WU VAL.EXCIEXXES LACES am!
, HK-XVY IRISH CROCHET X t * on %*%? a ** x * ' J* 1 "* f\ i=:
hu\CE IXSERTIOXS. . 40c. to $1 35 o*r dozen ij£)Q
wirt.--. xalue $3.09 each. Sj UA: POIXT DE PARIS LACES an!
for «lr*«^*J Insertions to match, val- _
REAIJ \;:Y IRISH CROCHET j ■"«■ «P »'» I©C- per yard. Sf
LACE EDGES. I*4 -„ , \at 3c, 4c. and w
j Inches «ide value > I fSD; REAL IRISH crochet LACE
! ji'h.i ,>cr yii.l. •■ *" » •^-r^ J ROSES, value 10c. each. _
1; AI.LoVKK LACE NX rs. in j special for Monday only, Kf^
ijv.iiit^ and cream, both lil-t ami j a '
jjpL;iin m^shos. 4T» Inches wide, in] REAL IRISH CROCHET LACE
I] doited ;:ti(i floral d< - <•■ il.l.Ai: AND CUFF
j ?ip:i-. valuo ' ' ;f> to <-, 1 #»o i SKTS. worth $7 and . „
«;.ofl per yard, at S l.vo t8: ecial at 53.9S %A QR
jSi.lOto V A*3^*-'A * 3^*-'l a nd VJ'^'U
* ' »:- ' n ks.
ESTABLISHED 1838 TELEPHONE. 3044— 3STH
A, Jaeckel & Co
MANL'FACI'L'RING ami IMPORTING
FURRIERS
Drj Cold Storage
The only exclusive Fur House in the
City operating its own modern and eci
entifically c-^ld storage plant on
premises, which enables us to have your furs
ready for delivery at ■ moment's notice.
I'vsurpcstcd Facilities for ; tiring and Alterations.
Special Prices for Spring and Summer Months.
384 Fifth Avenae, Bet 35th
O(X\S sIF.AMf-KS.
To England the Continent
■Ry the i.'-c-. Fast and Luxurious Twiii=ficr( ■■•■
-= -.. — — Express and Passenger Steamships of th-"» ~~~ ,
r NORTH GERMAN LLOYD I
CONTAINING ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS.
Ever? fFLYMOI'TH! Every frLYMoI'TH Every f GIBRALTAR
T-jesday" <»t-| (HKKBRU : Thursciaytat -, ■ IERBRU i Saturday (at ■; NAPLKS
K< a in lio| I■ . MEN :10 a. m.» to I BREMEN 10 a. in.» to [ GENOA
KBOXTBIXZ May 1!- BARBAROtsSA May 21 K. HISK May 30
KAISER XFM 11. ..May itf I.'KRFFLINGER. . Ma SSjK. ALBERT lime «
•KAISER I> <"!R June SJL.TJETZOW rune 4P. IRENE rune 30
KT: ( "'NPniNZ - S. c lN.June » GR. KURFUERST..Juiie 11 K. LI'ISE July i
CONNECTIONS TO ATHENS. CONSTANTINOPLE AND ALEXANDRIA.
North German Lloyd Travelers' Checks good all over the -. rid.
djply OELEICHfi & CO.. General Agents, 5 Broadway. New York, or any Local Agent
:.::./:wm
A Combination of
I ■ ITEI Mb SAIL
w - .." lj r.ltf a!r Hit)
: : ; :-e?. steahships
LTXC&XOUS ACCOMMODATIONS
BETWEEN
EEr? YOKE 1 hew ORLEANS
EITHER PIRE<JTIOX
R>.-:. LINES FROM EITHER CITT.
CONNECTING
X«»- York, '..-.-•■. Cincinnati.
New Orleans
*S0 OTfrTfcß IMPORTANT CITIES
WRITE FOR PARTICULAR.
L. H. NUTTING. G. P. A.. Zl'J) IV«ay.
Frorri P:er 8 .' • 12 M North River.
TO LnXRPOOt. VIA QfEEKBTOWK.
lAESEN'iKHS BOOK Ell THROUGH TO
LONDON AND PARIS.
•4Jcar.!a,M ay 'Jft I'armania May 30
nriulaJMaj . " ■.- UaureUuiia .. -June 3
■"'■»:■*-•.:« MH.v^7.2j.m 'can!j«inia June 6
, Ths, Mai;hi:TAXIA A. UMTANIA, the
■Jjp^ aaa ♦a^te^t stearnslilps In the world.
■Si hereafter tail on . „itM..-!'AVS. In
*.ijeT2r»t:ii £ a new ■ VVEKKLY HER
SL'XGAIUAN-AMKRICAN SERVICE.
_ FIUKE Vl* TRIKSTE
nm!.k> ani> ri:iK--ri-:
2K noon; July 16 kept. 3
tLAVOM A June IS, coon; AUK- <i. S<>; :. -♦
►axSoxh July 2. noon; Aug ISi
*'EHS.*OS )l BROWS, <;. Deral A^'t.
« . ; itite St.. opposite the Kattory.
H3B3SE~TO MEW
Km SPITZBEBKB
1 y Die Pup*-rb Cruising
: - S. -INZESGIN CECILIE
ifca.inj; Hajnbun? July 1*
Similar cruls**. Including also
Jttfesa, Orkney & Faroe Islands,
Baltic Sea & Ncrttern Capitals
*>' «te*a><*w ... -I iN A and METEOR.
Iju ration iru:n 14-24 day*.
< -»t ir<mi J62.50 Mi
HAKBURG AMERICAN LIKE,
46 UROADWAT. N. V.
•' « iAZJO - YE GENERATE ITAI UNA
jt,,, 1 -;'- V •''■••>: .Fat-t I»«Ji«n !■<■*■
t£H* *^^ < «-t* <J* Navirazicce a Vapor*.
".£p,- v >-W-ES O.D ■ NOA DIRECT.
-„ • Mi- jr. fJmn*u '■■• ■;
«£?"«» f/<r. Pt.il*. . . . Jure !0
I£Uj fcOLAJ-J & CO.. W W*il 61.
1\ r 1 1 I 1111 X\ |3^w%S^ii?^fJ3S3^li^^^a- l| i I II I I I I 1
dry <;oons.
OCEAN BISaj(EB9L
AMERICAN LINE *"!?£££: R
PLYMOUTH— CHERB"G -S*THAMPTON
St. Louis May 231 New York Jure 13
Philadelphia. May 30 St Louis.. June -JO
RED STAR LINE From Pier 14. N. il -
NEW YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
May 2:; Finland .Tune ••
Kroonland May 3d Vadrrland June 13
WHITE STAR LIKE g" s ?£
NEW YORK— QNSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Cedric.May 21. 10 am Celtic ..June 4. 10 am
Arabic. Ma>2!\ 4 :.'."•• ::i JJaltic.June 11. 3 pin
PLYMOUTH— CHERB*G -S'THAMPTON.
Adriatic May 20.9 am|Oceank-..June «. 11 tin
%:-•-• it. May27. loam: Teutonic. June! o,loam
REGULAR SAILINGS Tf} ITAI V
NEW YORK ft BOSTON » *-" 1! AL Jf
I'ASSENGER OFFICE. 9 BROADWAY.
SkmiiK-AiiEiicAi
Piers, Hoboken. N. J.
London — Paris — Hamburg.
Kasser3nAug.Vactor3a-^
LEAVING NEW YORK. HAY 21. DL'B
PLYMOUTH. HAY 28 CHERBOURG.
MAY 29: HAMBURG. MAY M.
liitz-Oarllon restaurant, gymnasium, elec
tric baths, palm garden, elevators.
fTaloi I 111 WajTl.lßain I Deutscliland. ..May W
Pretoria. May Anton Walders»-e May 3'>
<Jibraltar-^-Xaplo£ — Genoa.
I'iers. Hoboken. N. J.
Moltke. June 2. 11 ara;Haiiiburg.Auß.27.l lam
BaXavfa.Aoß-.aa.lUin Uoltke.Sept IS, 10 am
TRAVELLEHS" CHECKS ISSUED. |
HAJJBUJiG-AiIERICAN LINE. -40 liroad
»ay, N. V.
TOUR TO
NORWAY, ICELAND,
Siitzfcergen j SIS «££■£
TiieKortiiCa?ej^ r 8 and vUltß>
S. S. Grosser Eurfuerst *'
From BREMEN. June 27. 1908. ,
For Rates and Particulars apply
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD B. B. CO.
Oelrlchs & Co.. Gea-I A«ts. 5 £*•»*
Near York, or any local acent.
LF©LP (F(D[Ffi© OSOCBOD
Steamship- of the RED "D" «*s£"
S^nS «BK
nox. buss • '•
Ocnetaj If !■■»— B wall Bt
RED -or LINE.
For 1^ «:uayra. T'u-rto Ca!*!lo.
?5 I SrA<^ -:,',, : ',V May a noon'
li i i A- '■„:'-"
MABa/aIBO SW inUy. J»n« «. '•■••"
, aw . .uprrior UCOMM
.:.- 'r;;;;.- * „ai....:tt.
Or.-ral MMtpH. « Wall St.
Orient*?? ftiunTttc Worlc r , b ,_.,«
" ! CLARK. W— ■ Bufldl—. »W Tork.
,-rv>ve w Teens to r.vnorK.
"ffli^ deluded
Mnr q<om.
Q^JWVS&^<®d<gs£gfc (dttsiQ
Greatly Reduced Prices
Beginning Monday, in
OUTER GARMENTS
For Women, Little Women and Misses.
TaiSor=Made Suits cnirrdn Panama,
French Serge, Panajah, Taffeta, Ra.jah anci
Tropical Worsteds in fancy stripes and cheeks
— Prince Chap, Cutaway, Mandarin and Pony
Conts, lined with plain "or fancy silk — full
gored flare or pleated skirts
10,00 15.00 19.50 25.00
Heretofore $25. 00 to $45.50
French Batiste Frocks— Exquisitely
trimmed with fine lnr^s and embroideries —
all tlie desirable colors — women's find misses'
siz^s — taken from regular stock and divided
into four special lots for this sale.
6,75 10.75 12.75 14.75
Reduced from $10.00, .517..~>0. $20.00, $23^0.
SlSk DreSSeS— Balance* or our!
choicest models — of Taffeta, Shan- I
tung and Foulard, in plain col- L OI *7^
aors or handsome combinations — « Jo Jo)
broken sizes. Heretofore §35. 00
to $50.00. To close j
Imported aindi Doniestic Model Gowns
— Entire remaining stock especially reduced —
this season's most desirable creations — to (lose
39.50 to 195.00
Heretofore $65. 00 to 5350.00
Perfect Facilities for the
Cold Dry Air Storage
<>f Furs*. Rm;(s, Di«pei i^s and Wearing Ap
parel, Injuring ilicm against loss or damage by
motlis, fire or tli^Jt, at very moderate charges.
EACH GARMENT OR FUR PIECE COVERED AND HUNG
UP SEPARATELY. REPAIRTNG AND REMODELLING
EXECUTED AT MINIMUM RATES PREVIOUS TO SEP
TEMBER 1.
56=58 Twenty-Third St., West
FIRMTIRE
[HAM APR
The Parker Building fire almost totally destroyed our sample
stock of the finest and best constructed furniture. money could
buy. The entire seventh floor was occupied by our display of
ecuiiplcs of all kinds of up-to-date furniture. Of course we had
more. Our warehouses contained the larger part of our mam
moth stock. We must sell, however, for our Spring stock has now
arrived and we need room. So we continue our famous
FT TP* TT^ O 4IT IT^
11 l£\^ JL-^ a\ iw lw
with the choicest furniture at the BEST BARGAINS ever
given in our history. We guarantee these goods to be perfect.
Dining Room, Living Room, Library, Bed Room, Office
Furniture — all to be /"^P) I A
I < .Jim JJv°
( Between Broadway and -4tli Aye.
I I / P{f^~^ -=^ Ktflm irA <S>IJST (Wrjj.
\JAJ di"^ «ij ; /- ILi ..'-' •^■ l| ■
<— • _^ —^^ — — .. — — —^ —
O« XX X HPT E\M XKS
■ "' jp* SEMI-WEEKLY
&*tir 4s{p From Piers s^ -52-54
j£* S /^y^T North River. N. Y.
?>s* rr& n nnn/a ro rrn n nnn h?
/^vV U^lilJuvj/^ALniLOJ LLuiaJlJlj
c£ ~ (v "~~
*** *-*k^<^y Qurcnstov.n, Liverpool, London. Paris I
/")f Including the World-Famed Steamships i
4^\^ LUSITANIA & MAURETANIA
(HAILING WEDNESDAYS)
jj^^S^ } Largest. Finest and Fastest Afloat
f^yj^^^ For accommodations and all particulars anrly to
4^/ THE CUNARD STEAHSHIP CO., Ltd.
j \T or Local Agents NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO
/JAOGBiKKIDK ILDIiaE«
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
i-aJlfornis Ha) 23,n # n ■ '.. I.i ..Ju:i.- '..noon
Caledonia. Ma3o.luaraiFurnessla.Junel3.3pra
SALOON. f«.W. *67..'.<) AND f72.6a
SECOND CABIN. $42.50 AND *«.
THIRD CLASS. f27.50 AND $28.75.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17-19 B way.
eCANbINAVIAN-AMERICANLINE
» in Ml TON TWIN-SCREW PASSEN
'gbb steamers DIRECT TO
Norway, S?/ece& and Denmark
Sailing from New. York at noon.
United States.May 28 "- *r (1 '"';- 11
C. F. N.June 4| Helli* 01av..1un.2...n-n
Saloon $75 and up; Second Cabin $57.50.
A. K. JOHNSON «■. CO.. 1 Broadway. N. V.
DKTSCTIVE AGENCIES.
7^., • 1 11*1 BROADWAY.
I PUT TEL. 4448 MAD. SQ.
I Jfc.I.IUV.I,, ;... „,.. aervice of every
description; reliable: -•' years' experience.
DETECTIVEa Civil, crunlnal; strictlycon
• a a : ■ ' ratora. N;ar»
.. Agency. 136 Liberty st. 1 hone
CJT 1 - • ■;■■ ' ■ .1' '
HIIIIIKI.I.AS.
■ jTnCJNin^HNKUJKIri-i
-<*' f rjmbrellaa are the UE. T.
jf—^.f Ennllah <;loria Me
l\ x-^-J^ Taffeta Union $1.00
/ VT^tt- •'■"' M!k ■•'•"<- $ -'* <J
I -* W^Tfc. J>>ndon Mnoke $8.26
V ~"-i^?ii Recovering with Imported
* >. 'yJ Silk. fl. All repairs. I.V.
%*" ".\ 124 Kultun SI . cor.Nassau.
v v Basement
I'KINTINO
lUOO BOND LBTTKRHEADS. $2.50; en
'vclooea $- K»c slndl« letters a «■!«
.laltv Other «'■■!» as low. I 1I 1 ■■"ill J':esa.
f.7 MM* M 'Phone Worth.
PKINTED bond |etierhe»<Jj. envelope* our
Mx-tl«liy > , -r....., > ;.^',. i »r. il ;-':",,.::n.v
Krank Pickup, automatic printer. 68 I>nnn<".
PMOTOOafWC si PTUBB,
EF E< rROTYPINQ, #>nirravlnr. halftones
'and pUXem tor all printing purp •« Bmlth.
KM Nsffau t-t.. Room 1022
GOOD r-,i ■••(■. Mr-vice In kodak rl»vi-!ortn*
and prtnfir.R •'■ V. IJu*d. lift \\>»l 87Ui
it corner Broadway- / (
NEW-YORK, SUNDAY, MAY 37, 1908.
DltY GOODS.
FIKMTrKF
OCEAN STEAMERS.
MISCEM-ANEOUS.
Disfisurements Corrected by DR. PRATT,
SNA _^
i4k salute
Mo IPBUATT HKISTSTiTE
•'All Face Blemishes Painlessly Removed."
Advice and Book Free. call or Write.
NKW YORK— II 22 If way. ii ]. Kvrlngß.)
1 ( ■IIXITI'HE.
. - — ;r — ■» - Quartered Oak Ex
&^^^=rzZ^c§z~^ tension 1» In 1 g
VI - - v Table $!ii
<^-i«i».V~ ~ ..--'^ Fine leather box seal
At*?», dining chairs. ..s3
,i.»~,-. Equally low prices
&£& < [email protected] throughout. N. V.
77,— t '•"- SAMPLE FURNI
:r: r - ■ "■*.-''. TIRE CO.. Whole
* "* sale and Retail. 4?
44 East 20th at., bet. IV way and 4th «>e.
APRONS.
«:^P K. POURNIER.
ze»^ Mfr. FRENCH COOK JACKKTS.
[\. '• J\ CAPS AND APRONS. Walters' and
Mr Ci | Bartenders' Coats. Butcher Gar-
V ILJ-J» ■ """ . P"*trj ' '"'ks' Articles, etc.
Vi " "- Great ■— 'Pitmen! of Imported
Knives. 110 W. 40th St.. near Broadway.
N. Y. Hep. for Royal Windsor Hair He-
K-eneratjr; also "The Niger"; dyes hair any
color.
K4I!.KO\I)S
LEGHIGIKI VALLEY.
Foot of W. Dd A: ' ■•rtl«n-i' * Detbrowe* BU 3,
•Dally Sunday: »' ». r>9^'.s <■: ■••• dJ ii P.^ a.iV4S.
,1/ S y.,a;i.v t.v, B
Buffalo Kipr<"i<i ... 'a; 40 a m! -e7 58 a M
riiiffßl.. i bingo l.ipr'ff •'-'' -1" a»i '*• SO ■ m
( itv»K' ioronroKxpri"* # n . 40 Pw : •».V4O >- M
Till- .Prt- Mi •> th\in. ■; '.■> p v •■ mr <
i. ( .- ' ■ • A mod Mlv Oro«d*v>
di:t dorms.
rfj) fp All Cars Transfer To n /D /TO
j I
[/yiayMusUo Underwear sale
Another new week of the greatest and best May sale of under-
I ' j
i| l muslins New York has ever known. Come and see.
I Corset Covers I Drawers Combinations
NAINSOOK. trimmed front L AmsooK _„t h _„',„ COMBINATION CORSET
; and back, with 1 and 2 N^^ fflSnce: o r^n at COVER AND MUW-
I r.fjr • rr r , : nT rmr n n ; Md ' >: one *""• lace lns ° r " * r - ? . of nainsook; rover
' beading; othen with em- ; .""",. "pnti^'Vtu/'n^h hES one «' mbroiller y in ~
l>roi.rrry inserUon ' dSe ' embroidery insertion an-'l aertloa betwe-n two
| with ribbon to <l™. 9c j edg» 75c Cluny la.-, insertions.
1 NAINSOOK, with 3 fin* NAINSOOK. wide Iflc- with ribbon "' ' rrzw: !
Cluny and Val. la. In- flounces? "i ••:! at side and drawer* BaJahtd with
sertlotis and edge; ribbon I havlnic ribbon bows, »'ir- lare trimmed flounce;
sraw r^Lr: : SSjSss;^ .98c v. l;S,l ;S, SSS^'SSd '
; I:. ; ,, iIS ..,- V ,, nt . .r r .an, ;„; , nT; .. ; >f)d -f^-
nir ;^ : -., ;1 -7^ <:: ""KSb* 52.50 ••vsv r^,7.;^
Chemises nn in ss.so broidery medallion*, sur- ■:
ii MUSLIN short chemise. ... , •ertlona, finished at top .
i torchon lace edges on iSIghtCrO^VIXS ,i;l', i;l ' <>n *' "';'"'"■' Bn<l j
| neck and arms eye; frrtit ' ■* ■* e<lße: ribben boadlnjc be-- :
wlth embroider Inaer- NAINSOOK. lon round '»■•:•• drawers are fin
tlon: 50c. values at Coc i ' n^t-k f embroidery medal- lahed with lac* trimmed
I NAINSOOK. .with 3 fine Nona' surrounded by One •»*" "' '"";■ ,r, r ! bh<l " r " n |:
H fish-, ye lace Insertion Val. lac*, inserting* an through embroider>bead
! and edge; 2 rows of <"T*e. with ribbon to I Ing at waist 51. 48
■n-.T.xh ribbon to draw; draw 9SC -, n . . «aj
■■'■; .:«; ! -- .v.-hr.,..h r.,.. vaixsook. .. Madame Infants' Wear
value ' ."' «3Or» Butterfly- mo.»el: one | DRESSES of nainsook; low
«„ ••••• ■_;, S ; ) \ wide Clnny lace In.«ertlrn neck; short sleeve, fin-
Better grades at gi .QO on neck nnd sleeves: fin- j | shed wfth hematitched I
| " StJ.yS lshnl with band dKiwn ruffle and deep hem at '
I White Sklrts ! wlth uosh silk libbon - bMttom. .-izes. ♦! months. .
I VVJljte OKJITS Very pretty effects in l and 2 years; 50c. raluei
IMPSLIN. with 18-Jnch n*w sleeve models. 98c at ,V.)>
flare flounce of embroid- NAINSOOK, low round NAINSOOK DRESSES In
eiy and dusters of 6 neck: three Val. lace in- bishop and fan.->* yoke
hemstitched tucks above; sprtion.« and edge Joined styles; lace and embrot
somc nlain. otheis lace together with ribbon dery insertions with tin
trimmed;- regularly Si) b.ariln?; short sleoves of pin tucks between, fin
for $1.00, r at 69c soil lace SI 25 Ished at bottom with
('Ullil'li' with rvirin '""" i diep hemstit(.h«'l hem. at
Sh^bn-Sr? no^
and clusters of line tucks ,n '.riinr<= -.'nd "Ire with OTHEHI -STYLES with
above; regularly $1.00. .. h ; r ti f," J han<r mii^ * c * n ln
at 9SC „ '„., r cen:' K shnr" -■•■- ■-/••-V', flll i- ,«
CAMBRIC, deep fl..unce of slttves trimmed to match; S I .5O 3D.00
embroidery: one inser ribbon beading to draw; CHILDREN'S ROMPERS,
tlon between fine tucks other styles with em- chambray. In Mac and
and headed with em- broidery edge on n»ck oxblow; well made; reg
broldery beading run . and sleeves, drawn witiv u!ar •""■ grail*: 2to .".
with wash silk ribbon. ribbon and bows to fin- j year sizes, at the very
SI .69 f»h SI .51 ) I low f rl>f ' of 39c
Second Floor, Near Rotunda
=r^^ — — BLOOM INGDALES' =
Oriental Rugs "£%££*
45 FINE MOUSSOULS, ."..f.\<">.t;. in the mosti desirable colon ci i QA
and designs; reduced from $19.00 to J i.V >
T."> MOUSSOULS, extra silky pile and close weave; average a; -| n re
size 4.0x~.G; some antiques; reduced from $"20.00 to >jy *'"-' ! |
•2.1 CASHMERE RUGS, in various sizes, that range in C>ic; finll
prices from $28.00 I • $60.00, now $19.50. $29.00 and * ' ul '
41 KIS KILIMS, all pretty and desirable; very appropriate for couch
covers, as well as floor coverings in country homes. Sizes ranp*e
from 4 to <; feet in width and up to t."» feel in length, C^O Hf)
Former prices $16.00 to $45.00, now $8.00 to * I3 * IUU
Fourth Floor. :
ni.o(..MiN»;i>Ai 1 --
I Coupon— An Eight Day
IViissloe Clock— 1
A Wonderful Offer.
i
j With this coupon you may purchase nne of
these beautiful 8-day antique oak mission
mantel clocks at the unheard <S 11 gg
of price of «9 H • I >>a>
. Have raised solid brass numerals and
hands; are 15 inches high and 8 Inches wide.
Warranted to be perfect timekeepers and
listed by the manufacturer at £.">.ih».
Sure to make a sensation at this, the lowest
price ever placed on a clock <>f SUSS
this kind.' «s>li,£>(D>
Main Floor, Front, Centre.
I All Cars m)n (RlfnKMlflMfPffDMfl P 3 © 9 Lex;to 3d Aye,
j Transfer to ilLWlllulralyilulAlLE© 59tbio Mth St]
i i
RAILROADS.
HEW JEKSIEV CE9S™I
TWO-HOUR TRAIN TO PIIILADKLPHIA
EVERT HULK ON THE HOUR
FOX PHILADELPHIA, Lv. \V. St.:—
6.50, 7. .*.(>. 5.20. 8.50, 9.50, 11). 00. 11. Jo, 11.80
a. in.. 12.50, 1.20. 1.50, 2.30, 3.50, 4-<'. 4-ul 1 .
>o. 6.50. 7.00. (• ."^>. ii.so p. 111. Sundays,
7.50, 8.50 V.50 10.50, 11.60 a. m.. 1- "".
1 1.50. 2.50, 3.50 4.u0, 5.10, 6.50, 7.50. 00.
: 10.20. 11. &0 p. m.
Lv. LIBERTY — 1.30, 6.."0. 7.00. *.00.
8..10. 9.00. 10.00 11.00. 11.30 a. m.. 12.00
noon. ICO. 1.30, 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. 4 •(•>. 6.00,
6.00. 7.00. 8.00, 8.00 p. m.. 12.13 midnight.
Sundays. 1.30. 8.00, 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 a. m..
1-' i"» noon. 1.00. 2.00, 3.00, 4. n0. 5.00 6.00.
7.00. 8.00. 9.00. 1C.'.0 p. m.. 12. 1.S midnight.
KOI: BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
I.v. W. 23d St.: 1.50, y .*)(), 11.50 a. in..
1.60, 3.50. 5.50, 6.50 p. m. daily. Lv.
LIBERTY ST. :— 1.30. S.o<>. 10.00 a. in..
12.00 noon. 2.00, 4,00. 00, 7.00 p. m.. daily.
FOR ATLANTIC CITY. Lv. W. 23d St.:
— 9.50 a. 111. (12.50 Sats. only). 3.i;0 p. m.
Sundays, 0.50 a. in.. 2.20 p. m. I.v. LIB
ERTY ST. :— 10.00 a. in. (1.00 Eats. only).
3.40 p. m. Sunday?-. 10.00 a. in . 230 p. m.
FOR LAKE WOO O AND LAKEHUKoX.
Lv. W. 2.;<1 St.: — 9.50 a. m. 112.50 .-At*.
only). 1.20. ;; '&), 4.00 p. m. Sundays > .■•■.
11 50 a. in., 2.20 p. ill. 1.. LIBERTY Hl'.:
— 4.00. hi 00 a. m.. 1 1 00 Sals, only), 1.30,
3.40, 5.00 p. in. Sundays, 7."<>. 1" '«> a. m.,
2.30 p. 111.
SANDY HOOK ROUTE.— For Atlantic
Highlands, Sta Bright, Mcnmoutl Hta>ir,
Aabury I'ark. Ocean Grove. <■, ■ . r> '-1
N. 1;.. Foot W. 421 St.: -U.;.5 a. in.. 12.30
3.1". 4.15 an I (7.45 p. m . Atlantic H!r!i^
lands Pier only). Sundays, v.30 a. in..
1.00, 7.4.'. p. 1.1. Leave TiPr 10. N. 1: .
Foot Cedar &t . 10.20 a. in., 1.00, 3.45 4.45
and (8 i" p. m.. Atlantic lligiilan.ts i-it-r
only). Sundays, 10.00 a. in., 1.30 and 8.10
P. m.
Tims tables may 1* obtained at following
offices: Liberty .-st. (W. 2;;, i St. Tel. Chel
lea .:i Hi. Piers 10 and 81, N. R . 0 Astor
House, 245. 434,-1300, 1354 Broadway, I>-'.
_.: . 281 fifth Ay.. 27:i> Third .\\., ill
West 125 th tot., -'4.". Columbus Ay.. >''•«■
York; 4 Court St.. 343. 344 Fulton St.. 47:»
Nostrand Ay.; Brooklyn .■:< ■ Broadway,
WliUamsburg. New york Transfer C.
calls for jii.l checks baggage to destina
tion.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
"Every cthei hour uu the even hour."*
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON
Direct ConoecUoaa In New L'l.loa Station.
Washington, with ail Lines South
Leave New York Daily. - 23d St. Lib'y S-_
WASHINGTON, tlpeij. 11.50 1 am
WASHINGTON. Diner. 7.50 am S.Wia
Washington, Diner k:.u am 10.00 amj
il'aiiur car N. V. to Richmond, Va.l
WASHINGTON. Diner. 11.50 am 12.00 nn 0
V. ABHINOTON. Buffet. 1 M -.„ 200 pm
••P.OYAL LTD.." Diner. 8.50 m 100 pra
WASHINGTON. Buffet. «50 p m ;„> pS
.Ihrousrh Pally Trains to the West.
CHICAGO. PITTSBURO. 7.50 am s^M. ara
fflliilpii!
CI.V.ST.LO(.M3.Ixm;iS!V.. S.Mlidi lOHUm
CT NaBT. LOUIS. LOUISV: Bsflp m 8.00 pi
Offices: 245. 434. 1300 Broadway, t \-t -, r
Hon.-... ,'" Greenwich St.. 225 sth v. . 391
Vv 1 "."..?,- N - V - : ?4:t 1;^ ltr ' n St .. Brooklyn;
West Ll-!.!L 1 -!.! St. and Liberty St.
After 6 7). m. Sleeping Car Reservation*
■nd full Information retarding trains etc.
ran be obtained at Bureau of Information.
B A- O. R. n 2.1-1 Ft. Terminal. -J'hon*
Number. Chelsea— 3l44.
XT.. N. H. A HARTFORD R. R.
Train* depart from Grand r»r.\ral Station.
*V<\ St. and 4th av-.. a* follow 1 far
Bo«!on via NVw London i- Piny _ tr'iono
•xltlO:O2 A. M. ttl!l:i»O. « x 1:08 «x! liio'
♦ J .'.(«>. "11.1:02. «tJ2:OO P m.: vi, WllU
mantle— t«S:O3 A. M.. t2:01 p. M • via
Bpf. tU 15 A. M.. »i:12:0O •l|4:00." •11:00
J.ak^vlll/. * Norf.— A. M ■ tS-06 V M
fit. r..-.r-in tr,n. Btockbrtdcc Lenoa Pltt»
fl»'d—l4:.'.4. 1»f>:00 A. M.. ■:* V. J- M
Ticket iißi-i-j at rr;<i. <■„,,, -.;•„ »n.l
c!3Sth Sf . also at r24!1. IX<O. C 1354 lf»»v
err. Onion St.. cIS2 nth Avf.. «-245 Col.
Aye.. cM3 .".th Are.. cfi4l» Mad. Avf. clO4
*'. J2sth St 'J7!i* M A ■•• In B'klvn. c-1
Co-ir- St , 4T!> Ko«tran<l *v». TOO B"«ay.
•Dsliy. tFtr<rt Fundays. '.Stops at 121 th
Ft. xSiopi nt 12flth El Pup<layi only
JParlor Par I.lmltfd. l!Ha<» dlnlnir car.
♦■Parlor and Hoping Car ilikrn alto.
Pi <ti m.
R'MKniVAnF. •tatioMfy, ch"»ndel!»r?.
t-'isss work ills'!* n^w; half price. Cen
tral ilts. Co.. ITT Eaai 87:h «L
nuv ooons.
STEAMBOATS.
All the Way by [K\ (f?\ (r^ c Tr'(T^\ Qfl
Water Between \W \\\\\\ I ! 1 1 1 MI I
Ne7/Ycrk& 10)111/© U Wu\l
THE METROPOLITAN LINE.
NEW EXPRESS TRIPLE-SCREW
TURBINE STEEL STEAMSHIPS
YALE AN3S MATOID
Route via Long Island Sound and the
Atlantic Ocean. Leave N. ¥„ week
days and Sundays. Pier 4r.. N. i:.. foot
West kith Street. 5 P. M. Leave Bos
ton same hour. Doe either city 9
lock following morninit. Ka;t and
Luxurious Steamships. Wireless 'IV
legraphy. SubniariDe Signal Service.
Searchlight. Dainty writing room for
women. Sumptuous Staterooms with or
without Bath. Meals a la Carte. Hur
rlcane Deck Cafe for men. All attrib
utes fur safety, comfort and curvenier.ee.
•'•Tickets arid staterooms In either
direction at Pier ■!.">. N. R.. and at
Ticket. Tourist and N. V Tramfer offi
ces throughout Creator New York.
EXPRESS SERVICE I' 1 -I: PASSEN
GERS. FREIGHT. HORSES
AND AUTOMOBILES. "
peopi^s Steamers leave i'itr -5
rLUii.i,J v X foot cf Cana , St>
LIN I:.. at U P- ul daUy except
New York Albany Sundays, connecting, at
Albany with trains lor points North. r.a.-'i
„:i i West.
SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS. UNEX
CELLED CUISINE. SERVICE THE BEST.
PASSAGE ONE WAV, $1.50.
riTr/'-'VQ Steamers !eave Pier 41.
V_l i 1/ i . .\ x. U.. fool of We-t l«>th
I ;vp St.. at .'. ■• m. dally. ex
~ i.i '' i^. c*pt Saturdays. connect-
New Tork— -Troy ing for points North an!
EasL
SUNDAY STEAMER TOUCHES? AT
ALBANY.
LOU' RATE EXCURSION. $2.50 -
Tickets and state] -...,- secured at piT«.
a!.-. principal ticket offices and tourist
agencies in Ureau t New Vurk.
TO (TH (^ e i7" rin fT? axo points in'
ID W <3) U W lf\2l NEW ENGLAND.
FALL RIVER LINE \U Newport and Fall
River. Leave Pier 19. N. R . ti-ol Warren
St. Daily at 6 JO P. M. Stammers IKS
CILLA and PURITAN. Orchestra 01 taeh.
NORWICH LINK, for New London an 4
East. Lv. Pier 40. North River, ft. 1 ark
son St.. week da: a only. 5 P. ML: ii I'-1 '-- •«
E. P. . ft. E. 22d St.. •:»• P. M. Sirs.
City of Lowell and Chester W. Chapin.
NEW HAVEN LINE, lor New Haven.
Hartford and North. I.v. Pier 2S. E. R..
week day* only. 2:45 P. M : foot East 22J
St 3:00 I' M. Steamer Richard Peck.
BfiyiiSlSSS RSVSR DAY LIKE
FOR AI. HAN V AND WAY LANDINGS.
FIRST UP TRIP MAY 19TH.
Full .-tvh-» on and after May -Oth.
I^»ave r-rooklyn. ruiton SI <•■:■ Annr».
8:00 A :.!.; leave ! >■■ bi — El Pier, 8:40
A. M.: leave fool We.st «2d St.. UJMi \. M ,
leave fool Went I2WI St.. I -" A. XI.
&ti HART POWELL commence! May 2.".th.
IDEAL OUTINGS
li.-i;th and pleaaara trlp^ tr> old Point
Comfort. Atlantic Cltjr, Hudson t:r.-r to
Albany and all point! n«i th w.»t and cast.
Uptown Office Metropolitan Line; all water
route to Boston and r*"h"rts In New Kiik
land. Nova Scotia, etc. Tickets, »Ut-
room*, •to., from Manten Tourr. a \V.
:{i>th St.. N. Y.
rughkeepM* hi>-1 King^t^n. w• • k •'.*>.-. iOO
P. M. For Newbura. Mr. leaves Tier 24.
N. H.. n»»»k .lays 5:00 P. 51
n > •■/- - t i'!.- jt ■• ( m
O-Jl.AiAiO. U'FPT 12» ST —>38A. M.
Catskill, Hudson and
Coxsackie Boats
!«»v» Pier 13. ML X.. we«k-<!ay«. 0 P. m.
DRAMA, FASHION
AND FINANCIAL.
dry <;ood«.
FOURTEENTH STREET. West nf Fifth AventM.
CARNIVAL OF
To Wind Up Last Days of Spring
and Introduce
New Additions to Our Stores
FOLLOWING OFFERINGS SHOW MOW
we will make the latter days of May
Occasions of Interest with
The greatest stocks and best values
]n all New York.
$1.24 Elaci Taffeta Silks... .69
Yard wide— full rust!*— specially stroni
weave— for Cloaks. Suits an.l Skirts - :
One of thnse splendid Silk Specials you
only obtain here.
Limit — M Yds.
| So Mali or Telephone Orders.
AXSO I.V srr.KS: —
: SATIN' Kf»i;r.AßDS— 24 inch— a««Ba dots,
rin?:* and f.s-iv - efreat variety of
new color Mendings .59 ■ .C 9
KAN' V T.V FKKTAS— Satin "J
stripes. flsuies. chei-ks. hair- I
lines — »,..ii;t'.ful col«*r effects; \ --, „, ,
WASHABLE PONGEES— | qualities.
j d. wido — rntural tint — r
I smooth sntt; j CO
' COLORED .VK.-SAI.INK- all | ••■»
j fashionable liprht anti dark i
j shades — alas white an.i cream J
! WHITE WASHABLE . "1
HABtTTAIS Specially fine ■ c . ,
| and ati as; j
i ROT'GH SHAXTI'.V<;S-air I values.
| silk — mmii i quality— new j 4Lt\
i tans, brcuTs. Copenhagen ,Qy
j ami oth.;r depirable light !
i an.l dark sha^lcs .'
!
; ft.
59 ct SiclHesa- Moialrs 34
Not ordinary width, but S3 inches wide
and ol extra hlch lustre- B!a.k. Navy,
Brown and other i^opular colors.
Limit 12 Yds.
No Mail or Telephone Orders.
ALSO IN DRESS GOODS — I
All Wool Hairline Suitinzs— Royal.
Navy. Oarriet and i'ardtaal: al."'> !
Klac'k — ■ •: th .4-"« — Ciearan.-e Price.. .29
1 44 inch XII Wool ?torm Sergei
I i am, Bat an<i colors —
; Instead of -!' '•'• .69 .
I si> inch Cream SI Utennei — ■> 75 c t.
! 3* inch • rream d Storm Sere. ,- L qualities.
all wool— splendid grade— for j e^Q
■ summer salts and skirts j •«- '
29 ct. Silk Finlsi! Batistes.. ,12'- ■,
Licht Bine. Pink. i ■— H«lio. Nile.
' "■■!■■ "'■ I-" n anrl «"hani?aKne — lovely, s^f;
linuerle finish — made expressly for fine
manufacturing trade and would be great
value at any price under 2!> c»nts — 4'
i Inches wide, so you can imagine the
; value at ,12* i.
I Limit 13 Yds.
No Mail or Telephone Orders.
r - ALSO— SPECIAL.: —
j MTcerize.i Poplir.3 and F'anainas —
I plain or with tiny self colored s«tin
figures — 'J^rner, Leather, r-'nh.ise-,.
Navy and U(hl Bin--, Mahogany. Ftnk
and Black— desirable for summer
• Tailoreil Suits and Hoys' and 1 A
' Girls 1 Wear wort* .29 •I *♦
' Fine silk Chiffenettes -eiquisite lustre—
i I.ieht Brae. Pink. Ivor}-. fr»am.
i < 'open h.i gen. Mod*-. Azure, laaaei .
Silver. Maize, LHs . Reseda. Garnet.
Navy. «;o!den Brown, Nile and Wai ■ -
] make charming c"wn.« for Summer —
1 -..- i elsewhere un'ier another "P*7
name at ."<> cents. : ••"
Mercerized ritMoa Sateens —
Large js'ortment of White and Gray
and Black and White efTe.-ts.
suitable for light mourning or
general Summer Wear — 17
worth .29 .... •■*
Extra fine Fancy K-jtistes— endless
variety .'■■"- rinbracing the
must ilesirable paUeiiu and colors
of this season— white and tinted— 1 0 1
19 and 17 ct. tjuaiities .JUS
• •
Curtains and Certain Fabrics
' WE HAVE MADE
SUCH REMARKABLE PUR-j
I CHASES that we can offer some of]
[ the greatest values la seasonublp:
goods hi this line known for years!
STUDY I. IST WELL!
2.000 pain Huffled Mai •'urtains—
I.' in. ruffle — FJattentierg or lace edge
i an.l tucks- regularly .«£> — Special .49
Scotch La? bi • .:::- ■'•♦ '•• •" in--hes
wide— 3*j -ds. long — real la. c effects— j
overlook stitch edge— 1
value 91.50 to $17.". .9S
(Jreat cash purchase of French Net
« urtains— ■_• to fi pair lots — Renaissance.
cloriy and novelty applique, designs—
akoot 4'» nn« styles - white and Arabian —
-\alu<» J'J.f'O and $?••" pr.— special. ...4. £)S
I'e,-r>rative Burlaps and Flz'd Art
ivnirns :->i inches wide — fine assortments
cf Oriental, heraldic and all.-ver
designs— naif decorator's price . 1 2 »
1.300 '.<is. BrrK-ade Pama;k>
... Snnuoen furnishings— ■"•" inch —
llsrht t.lue. . Id r/>se, tobacco and other
tints— value <■ 29 Monday .49
SPECIAL PURCHASE Importers"
samples and remnants of silk damasks
an.; fine tapestries— all high class weaves
represented— great variety of designs —
suitable ft* furniture, cushion?.
table io\ers. Ac — 1 tf> 3^» ytls. long.
Those worth $1 ."0 to |£10 yard .9S
Thos.> wort* $2.75 ' ■-• 13 M yard: 1.49
Th'»s» worth $3 nig $.".00 yard 1.98
Sperial purchase B'd ?*ts —
French Net and Ira Point— foil sis« — ..
large ■ entre. motif — shams to — ->• —
actual value $Tf"> and $* m 5.9S
Uttgima Stripe slip i"ov«rin/(s —
colored stripes or ■hi -worth M .12 '2
<§ ■>
79 ct. En-: Flannels 47
.-■lk Emb"d. In newest Hemstitch or
■caltop designs mot ordinary spun silk
work. '■■ ■ emb'd wirh pure silk, which
gives twice the wear of the ordi
nary kind*— flannel alone is worth :,•>
rents a yard without a stitch of -m I
broidery. i
Limit ."• yards.
No Mail i>r Telephone Orders. I
Cool Summer Regs
The substitution of light floor coVerings for those used during th»
ulnter has pan M universal that manufacturers hs»v«« i:s«»d their best
endeavors to supply «k>( only durable bur artistic Ruics that ran be
■old at very moderate prim Our stock includes all il«"sir;tbl* kinds.
; and Investigation will prove oar prices to be the lowest at which .th»
j qualities and sizes can be bought. »
CREX GRASS RUGS i BEST WOOL INGRAIN SQUARES
'""' °f »»»* m " st r«P"lar ft™ covering Flrm MM very d ur »bl<> «ml easily
f»r hot wrath^i — plain roloringa with I
wii- harmr.ni.lna borders: ftf—a and I kept clm^reivrsibla-srcM van-ty o.
boaad — • lurabN? and i'rf low in price — designs .iml color*— A few quotations ■•
'J^?' §0 *»*"«* 1 .98 riararln of our poputar prices—
.Q< fi »" !>.-+< I __
. :'■»*<*> . . Ay >*!■> S '-'■" 3*2 ytf» '<■ -' ' v; ><*« <3.?9
; ccxi;. .9§ :'•»*'- 0.95 '3*--'» >o«. S.^SM** x l 9 9 19
MISSION FIBRE RUGS ?»5 y<l» '" US
Besl •inaltly— PaJtttjr. cool »nd mnltary — „„....,.., .R ~ MAI ■■!■■
olcanr.l t-aslly — following are tprtUt Sanitary for M I and dinlnic room* — r»
.•«s^*~... . 7 Oi«x» 4OS «"">*- — d»Uton and aoMtU etu " «•
UCxT-' 'OSisS*"** 719& "iens-BP -«* color*.
:<x',2 5.69 3»2 yda. t.TOISjS yU 2 98
WASHABLE '•'ORAL" RUOS 3*2 4*4 * J<l* 23& rd» 0.93
Prtll tomMnatlons of cr*en. re<J. MM ■■ y.ls 4.79
pink. i»ith white— pultabli- for Ntfh arvf ... xi*\t\tr^tr crri-\ t -zr
MfM prUM lower than hitherto "' R HA..IM'" r^ WJV fw
known — dt«plmye<l in flue D*partm^nt. tmlintw
3fix3« 1 10|27x.'4 J -it* tf! * mM? > in»l i»_-^!~T!*T»' Ml r»«w styles
, 24x-is 1 "S9I-** 1 - • 1.&3 ! **"* colort.-j- to b* • -vi hi New T.***
wvia 2.49 .aa u» ai>a
prt c.non*
VALLESI
$12.98 Woincz's
Sili Loesses T. 51
T.iff»ta and" ."-atfn F"ijlarrl»— ' "'• • SS
Rings .«nd • D«ts — .lumr^r and Princess.
«'»■" asflH aas wtfb^ur »rra.-he<l lace>
yokes— th th» ordinary pur tr>sr»ther kind.
N»t neatly made throughout — no At"*—
maker wmiM mak» suc\ dresses for th»
pric" ws name.
Mmit One— So Mali or Tee-.-,,,:,* Orders."
ALSO IN
otn GREATLY ENLARGES
SUIT AKI> CLOAK DEPARTMENT
> HTFF'-.V (AN'AMA si-its —
PH» c >Tiap I'caH with Inf.tM satla
collar and pTiffs — full pleat sktrt--
BUclc *ntl best colors — Taffeta s!lk
lined— ill sizes. 32 to 44—
worth fl&ja I 1.5G
TAILORED sriTS of Chiffnn Panama*.
Mohairs. Wr.rsre.ls and Series —
cufawajs and straight (mMi black.
V colors and ch*<-ks — were 121.5J-S. . | 3.03
TAILORED M IT- of ciiiffin Panamas.
Worsttda and Series-— best colors,
stripes and ••n«-k»— also Mack —
plain and fan.-y-worth $.10.i«K . .20.98
SILK DRESSES -Silk Prince.* an.i
Jumper — Safin Foulards and Taffetas
— stripes and figures— worth SIS.O-". .©.OS
.TA' 'X FJT- Plain and srrir*d tan «."overt.
also hla.'k Br'ia.fi'!oths. -».s:e ami
'he-, M cutaways and straight fronts
—silk linfn^-worth $f>.J>* . 6.93
TrO9fEN*S LOJ«« COATS — Black
Peas. -)•■ ■-■.'>. Taffeta Silk ami
Panama — ctrcutar and pleated --
9.98
l.A'f: BRAID JA»'KKT.=— Silk lined —
h.i and t^'ors — slashed kimono
sleeve— special 10.98
*•- *-* I.in.^rip saiISICS II
3* Inches -• ■•!• »h«*r —ft quality tn
(treat ■loman.f for graduation and cca
firmarion druses hi) fine Lingerie.
Limit 12 yards.
V' Mi:; or Telephone Orders.
Also
To m<*ft th«» demand for
APPROPRIATE
WHITS r>RESS FABRIC 3
for
Xl>lr!lrsts. Confirmations, ♦*
Follcuvinsr extra Values: —
I~i!» [;-■>;'• 4«> fn.' 81 |«HIS .24 « . .
Extra Qualify — 3* Incli — value .2*.. .13
Persian Lawns -."2 mch — res. .24.. .13
Extra Tine Persian La^ns —
■".:» ct. quality . . 04
4.% Inoli Persian l.anns— valu* -♦ . 12 : s
French BM bn »* incti .29
French !.a«ns— *5 inch • .2-4
Lingerie Batiste, —^3 inch— reg:. .3D. .29
Or?andi.>9— ■ back -;--■:■-»' .'. .19
Ma White .-i : t hlffonettes— h!ir!i
lustre — -•■;■; elsewhere under another
n.ime at •'■" ct?.— here .29 "
Check Dimities — variety of !.!-»•
and small checks— elsewhere .24 15
White '-r.-ss-.ar Muslins— 32 mch —
Uwe .29 .. .19 .
Fine assortment of white dotted and* '
Csured Swisses— elsewhere .T.o . .39
White Mercerized i hiffonettes
einKd flgur.s— lovely fabrics for
dresses— .vorth .20 .17
Sua~er Fable Linens.
For the Fruit and Berry Season.
Thrifty housewives who want to
save their fine linens from stains
bound ti> occur at this season should
take advantage of these low prices:
Extra heavy ran bleached Damasks —
.'h inch —Floral and conventional
•l"sijfiis value .3 .19
Extra fine Jl?ri »rized L>2n;a«k»— choice
of Impr.rtfd or Imm-.st!i: — perma
nent hiffh 'atm lustr»- patfrns ar( .
copies of „•«' e« r prstd* I.men Dnmasks.
5S to tEi inches wide re*. .50. . . .09
71 inch res. ■«> . .49
Mercerized Napkins — some to match,
Th» a r-"v» Damasks—
It inch m rtt ■ dsm .79
:■> inch worth f1.39 <tcz....t. 19
24 ln.h -worth Jl 7» dM 1.49
All L!n«n i.amas-ks— full satin bleach —
0 :n-h : • cr. quality .39
All Linen Napkins— U»'» inch— Spot.
F!eur ds i.fs. Pansy and o'her hand
some desisns—^ahiey $!>:r> d->zen 1.29
All l.tnen It S Table Cloths—
Austritn i»?arl b!»ach— best patterns.
- 4 siz<> — value S!.»"f> -1 .23
«1" atM value. Jl.f>>* 1.45
FltriT liOTLIES— Thousands and
thousand? — round. iqmr», ova! —
■'::]•£•■ hummed. f,ei?isritchefi— plain
White- kt colored bcrden.
.Blue 3r Ye110w....' 3 to .42
„_._ %
100 lfciiia|
\ Jnoitations or
5.98
WITH TWO PET? F.N \ ?3.'">PF:-».
F.n?ra\ \r.% not f> exceed fen lines.
Pearl white — very best stock — En
graving of finest gr:-iiif
This steclally Tow price for this week
0n1y... Come anil see quality and style oj
work: so to the iyst stationer's ymi kno«r
of. B*< nl » pric* for identical grade and
you will realize what value we offer.
Mon- 11 } 1 or check must accompany lull
ciders.

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